Bottom Line: This is a fun and engaging app for kids that thrive in a digital learning environment that has simple tasks and quick rewards. Kids start small with words like "cat" and "ant" missing the letter "A" and as they progress, new items like houses are earned and larger words with more than one letter missing are given such as "lemon" and "cherry". There are no time-limits, so as long as a child handles a busy screen well, this is a good educational reinforcement.
So, what is the Pokemon Go Plus, anyway? What does it do? Yes, I wondered as well. Well, the Pokemon Go Plus is a wearable device that pairs with your smart phone via Bluetooth, so you can play the app without constantly staring at your smartphone screen. It can be clipped to your clothing or worn on a wristband.
Pokemon Go is enormously popular with people of all ages. It is rare for me to leave the house and not see groups of people out playing. One huge positive side to the app is that everyone playing is getting a lot more physical activity in and spending more time outdoors. However, what do you do when you are about to catch that rare Pokemon and your phone goes dead?